Hey guys! Since people are about to begin to third year, I thought I would recap some tips and tricks that helped me out on each rotation. A few people have asked about surgery so here goes! Don’t forget to check out the ones I already have for obgyn and family medicine.
Hey everyone! I’m back with a review of these scrubs, which were generously gifted to me by Scrub Shopper. I got a chance to try out a set from their Urbane Collection, and will be posting my impression below. They were also kind enough to gift a pair to one of my readers! Check out Instagram for details on the giveaway, which includes a set from the Urbane Collection as well as some of my favorite pens (reviewed here). Thanks for reading!
Hi guys! This will be the last Match Series for this year, and I just wanted to say thanks for following along. Whether you’re a pre-med, MS1, or someone who will be applying this fall, I hope it was helpful and that you learned a few tips. Best of luck to everyone starting this summer, and thanks again to everyone who took the time to write about their experiences and tips.
Emily will be starting Dermatology residency this summer, with an intern year in medicine first. The last feature was with Dahlia, who just finished intern year and is starting her AOA Dermatology this summer. Keep reading to learn about applying to MD programs.
Hometown/State: Houston, TX
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) in Houston, TX
Specialty and Residency Location: Internal Medicine Preliminary Year – Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX
Dermatology – Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC
For those who are not aware, some specialties such as dermatology, ophthalmology, and radiology require a separate intern year prior to beginning residency training in their specialty. So I will be doing my intern year in internal medicine prior to starting dermatology residency in 2018!
If you’re curious about the D.O. degree (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) and the application process, keep reading to see how Tram-Anh of @medlifemotive applied and got in.
I’ve also got a post about MD programs: Applying to MD Medical Schools
Name & Age: Tram-Anh Huynh, 22
College: Nova Southeastern University
Major & minor: Biology major
Medical School: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Auburn campus